Salty Talk May 1st 2013 Barbershop QuartetWe had some "Internet" problems during the first half hour of the show.Such is life. This was the quintessential show about Nothing!LOTS of callers throughout the evening.Lots of random topics.All topped off with an Epic Fail attempt at putting together a live BarberShop Quartet ...Can't remember all the details - spent way too much time laughing.Damn fun night!! Thanks Everybody!! Topic: SaltyTalk RasRadioLive.com
bySong by Nina Paley (questioncopyright.org), arr. Aaron Wolf (wolftune.com)
Copying Is Not Theft was originally a "minute meme" with song and animation by Nina Paley, (see http://archive.org/details/CopyingIsNotTheft) This is a barbershop quartet arrangement. The main file is close to the speed of Paley's original recording, but I made also a slower version and an old-timey mix. The tracks marked TENOR, LEAD, BARI, and BASS are learning tracks with the given part isolated on one of the stereo tracks with the other three on opposite. Also included here is a... Topics: barbershop harmony, copyright, creative commons, quartet
The second episode of Fireside Chat focuses on the first 10 days of the season, and the first four games the Flames have played, and looking ahead to the next week worth of games…plus some odd conversations about sending the injured Sven Baertschi weird stalker-ish gifts. Topics: hockey, nhl, calgary flames, fireside chat, podcast
A recording of the Bartlesville Barflies singing Wait 'Till The Sun Shines, Nellie---a 1905 popular song which has since become a barbershop standard. In 1939, the Barflies won the very first S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A (Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America) quartet contest. Topics: barbershop, quartet, harmony, singing, acapella
The 4 part harmony of barbershop quartet has found a strong voice in women. Sweet Adelines International promotes barbershop music through education and performance. Each region hosts competitions for acapella chorus and barbershop quartets. Winners compete in the national competition. Sweet Adelines International Region 23 will be hosting their competition at the Chattanooga Convention Center March 24th through the 26th. Around and About is a production of WUTC in Chattanooga. Topics: Sweet Adelines International, womens barbershop quartet, Dream, singing, competition, Scenic City...
En Route is a barbershop quartet composed of: Carol Shields, Barbara Hodge, Margaret Fielding and Kathy Withnell. They told us all about the art of harmonized a cappella singing, and then rang the Art Waves studio like a bell with their live voices. Topics: choral harmonizing, women's barbershop quartet, live music, a cappella
The Show of Champions provides a showcase of top talent in barbershop quartet style music. The event is March 6, 2010 in the Conn Center at Lee University in Cleveland Tennessee. Around and About is a production of WUTC in Chattanooga. Topics: barbershop harmony, Crossroads, Sound of Tennessee, Voices of Lee
In this addition of the podcast the guys talk about cooking, Thor: Dark World, UFC 167 and the video game console cycle that was. Music:Muse: Panic StationAmerican Authors: Best Day of My LifeA Mighty Wind barbershop quartet: God Only KnowsFollow us: @D_Driotradio, @denisumpleby and @DereknoelMorton Topics: Podcast, Geek Culture
Episode 10010-09 Strangers in the Void Con and Suranji meet another, later-model probe sent into space by their planet of origin. Music: Hippodrome March, 1912, John Philip Sousa "When Priscilla Tries to Reach High C," Ada Jones and Billy Murray, by Harry von Tilzer, 1916 "Oh By Jingo," Margaret Young, 1920 "Hello, Ma Baby," unknown barbershop quartet Topics: podcast, comedy, scifi, sf, science fiction, cthulhu, sitcom
The 2011 Show of Champions hosted by the Sound of Tennessee will be held April 9th at 7:00 pm. The show celebrates the best of barbershop quartet with featured 2010 gold medal winners Storm Front and the 1999 gold medal winners FRED in the international competition for the Barbershop Harmony Society. Both quartets feature humor and comedy in their routines. In addition to the international award-winning quartets, regional champions Rush Hour. The Sound of Tennessee Chorus will adding their own... Topics: Barbershop Quartet, Sound of Tennessee Chorus, Show of Champions
The best-selling author of "The Number One Ladies Detective Agency" is in Sacramento this week. Today on Insight, Alexander McCall Smith tells you how he manages to write four novels in one year while maintaining his separate career as a professor of medical law. The Mountainairs Barbershop Quartet is presenting "A Truckee Home Companion" next week as a fundraiser for the group. You'll hear them perform live in our studio. Topics: Capital Public Radio, Number One Ladies Detective Agency, The, Alexander McCall Smith, California...
Consider a deck of cards for a moment...The Ace is always the best, followed by the King and so on down the line. But when it comes to Barbershop Quartets, it's possible to be an Ace and King at the same time! How, you say? Simple. You just apply the card that can make anything happen...the Joker! Joker's Wild was formed in August of 1990 when the original four members met informally at the Buckeye Invitational in Columbus, Ohio and harmonized together. The sound and enthusiasm of the evening... Topic: Jokers Wild
The annual Show of Champions hosted by the Sound of Tennessee Chorus will be held Saturday May 19th at the Conn Center on the campus of Lee University. This showcase of award winning barbershop quartets celebrates the four part harmony that has been a popular vocal style since the 1940s. The Show of Champions will feature 3 gold medal winning quartets including Cleveland's own 2002 International gold medal winners Four Voices. Vocal Spectrum is the 2006 winner and from 1961, The Suntones will... Topics: Show Of Champions, barbershop quartet, the Suntones, Barbershop Harmony Society
We are a four piece power rock band from Baltimore. We use thick, driving guitars and Beatle-esque melodies, and 3 part harmonies to rock Saddam Hussein's ass all the way back to Russia. We have very catchy tunes about girls, and drugs, and sluts, and heartache, and breaking up, and death, and sex, and whores, and we use bad words sometimes. We are a melodic but powerful rock & roll band. If Weezer was making love to stevie wonder... ..and Nirvana and John Lennon masturbated all over... Topic: The DooDoo Heads
Born December 6, 1970. Raised on a farm in Unadilla, NE (small town in Southeast NE, 30 miles east of Lincoln). Graduated as salutatorian (in a class of 58 students) from Syracuse-Dunbar-Avoca High School in 1989. Was involved in chorus, swing choir, speech, drama (was Charlie Brown in "Snoopy" and Prof. Harold Hill in "The Music Man"), Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), and football. Graduated from University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) in December, 1994, with a BS... Topic: Lee Halvorsen
TARDCORE SHOP QUARTET,MULTI TRACKED,4 PART HARMONIES OF STUPID LITTLE JINGLES THAT WILL MAKE YOU PEE YOUR SHOES Topics: SLUGGISHA.BLOGSPOT.COM, BARBERSHOP QUARTET, 4 PART HARMONIES, THE FOUR HEADS, TARDCORE
Cat Beast Theme Paul Simon - Me and Julio Down By the Schoolyard Yardbirds - Heart Full Of Soul Elastica - Connection Ty Segall - Dating Wall Of Voodoo - Mexican Radio Supergrass - ZA REM - Pretty Persuasion Dave Edmunds - Lady Madonna Beatles - Run For Your LifeT Rex - Planet Queen Echo & the Bunnymen - Never Stop Cars - Got A Lot On My Head Cars - I'm In Touch With Your World Cars - Dangerous Type Cars - Cruiser Radio Free Cat Beast Cars - Up & Down Guadalcanal Diary - Country Club... Topic: CatBeast
Acording to "Billboard" The Sensations were an R & B quartet in 1961 and 1962. Their Hits were (1) 8/14/1961 "Music, Music, Music," (2) 01/06/1962 "Let Me In," and (3) "That's My Desire" - All listed as having Yvonne Baker as the Lead, Sam Armstrong (Baritone, Richard Curtain, Tenor and Alphonse Howell singing Bass. I also have one in my file called "Yes, Sir, That's My Baby" from 1955. Searching the internet I also found others which are I... Topics: Yvonne Baker, The Sensations, Reggae, Doo-Wop, 1955, 1961, 1962, Soul, R&B, Daddy G's Memory...
The Madriguys are the male counterpart to the Madrigals, the Shipley School's traditional female select vocal group. The Madriguys perform a wide range of A Capella repertoire as is demonstrated on this, their debut recording. Renaissance works and traditional tunes such as "Loch Lomond" and "Let Union Be..." are side by side with Barbershop and Pop songs. "Steal Away" and "Just A Little Talk With Jesus" represent the Spiritual and White Gospel traditions... Topic: Shipley Madriguys, The
When hearing the word "rhythm," one anticipates being highly entertained. What better way to describe this combination of four voices. Rhythmix has the RIGHT mix of music and sound! This award-winning group brings enjoyment to audiences everywhere as it shares a rich variety of rhythms and musical styles with its audience...from traditional barbershop to swing, to blues, to jazz and pop. The quartet mix is Carol Ater, tenor; Pam Lauffer, lead; Sally Beck, baritone; and Janice Purpura,... Topic: Rhythmix
Jonathon Day has been singing since he could talk and songwriting since age 12. His poignant, sometimes playful lyrics, always tell a story. Jon's roots are in R&B and Pop, and his major influences include Babyface, Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye, and the incomparable Stevie Wonder. He is a true performer, combining song and dance with a charismatic charm inherited from his father. Jon hales from Seattle, WA, but got his singing chops in the other Washington DC. His vocal training grew from... Topic: Jon Day
Michael Elam hosts a radio show on Maui's own listener-supported Mana'o Radio KEAO-LP 91.5 FM every Monday evening from 5:00 to 8:00 PM. During this broadcast on October 9, 2012 Mike played a musical tribute to his father, Bill Elam, who passed away recently. Among other things, my Dad was a singer for most of his life. Most recently (as recent as just a few weeks ago) he sang in a Barbershop Quartet and his church choir. He performed for a variety of functions at his local Performing Arts... Topic: manao radio michael elam bill elam tribute
Juliana Stein - Cellophane Telephone. Released 5 June 2009 on Mr. McQueen Records. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0. Juliana Stein is the drag queen alter-ego of Jonathan Brandt, a student from Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA. She has been making music since 2006. Her debut album, Risque Behavior, was released in 2007. This debut was mainly spoken word. With Cellophane Telephone, Juliana Stein experiments with textures, layers, samples, and juicy synthesizers,... Topics: netlabel, mrmcq, mr. mcqueen records, juliana stein, electronic, experimental, cellophane...
Bree Noble is a versatile songwriter, dynamic performer, and outstanding vocalist. She began playing piano and singing at age 6 and continued to develop these skills in a variety of musical styles including choral and a cappella music, barbershop quartet, classical, and rock/pop. While pursuing a degree in classical voice at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, she concurrently toured the western states with a pop/rock band. The band, Zephaniah, produced two studio projects and one live recording... Topic: Bree Noble
Group members MitchGuitarVocals LeeDrumsVocals MattBassVocals ElJotoSweatDancer Instruments Guitar, Bass, Drums, Dancing Clown Albums Anna to the Infinite Power, Idea Guy To order, send a check for $12 made out to Mitch Bennett to Anna to the Infinite Power, 4004 The Valley NE, Atlanta GA 30328. Press reviews Entertainment Today June 12, 1998 by Brent Simon I'll cop to it. When I first heard Anna to the Infinite Power, the debut disc from the self-described three-piece slop-rock/punk-pop band... Topic: Anna to the Infinite Power
Nov 23 - 2:04 AM 180 Gs christianity is stupid 180 d'Gs to the future No e/d Nov 23 - 1:56 AM chanticleer ave maria Yes e/d Nov 23 - 1:53 AM ANBB One Mimikry No e/d Nov 23 - 1:51 AM Optiganally yours powerhouse A wacky optigan shenanigans No e/d Nov 23 - 1:46 AM The satin peaches Emma Morning maid No e/d Nov 23 - 1:42 AM Wang Chung Space junk The walking dead No e/d Nov 23 - 1:37 AM The Beta Band B + A The three E.P.s No e/d Nov 23 - 1:30 AM Young Montana Midnight snacks Limerance No LAN Party... Topics: WIDR, WMU, Geek, Nerd, Dork, GAPES, LAN Party, kalamazoo, michigan
IndieFaith Archives The IndieFaith Podcast is weekly show hosted by DJ Jadex that showcases the best in unsigned and independent music of Christian and International music from artists,bands and DJ's. This page will archive past episodes for listeners to enjoy. If you would like for your music to be featured on the show. Please let me know. IndieFaith Podcast Episode 1 Music Listing: 1.)DJ Pat D- Creator(Lucius Lowe re-creation) 2.)DJ Forty5- Kinekted(D-Caf remix) 3.)DJ Steve Wade-Come On... Topics: music, diversity, indie
THE GREAT GILDERSLEEVE The Great Gildersleeve is a radio situation comedy broadcast from August 31, 1941, to March 21, 1957. Initially written by Leonard Lewis Levinson, it was one of broadcast history's earliest spin-off programs. The series was built around the character Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve, a regular element of the radio situation comedy Fibber McGee and Molly. The character was introduced in the October 3, 1939 episode (number 216) of that series. The Great Gildersleeve enjoyed its... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: OTRR, Old Time Radio Researchers Group, Old Time Radio, OTRR Set, OTRR Certified Set, The Great...
THE GREAT GILDERSLEEVE The Great Gildersleeve is a radio situation comedy broadcast from August 31, 1941, to March 21, 1957. Initially written by Leonard Lewis Levinson, it was one of broadcast history's earliest spin-off programs. The series was built around the character Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve, a regular element of the radio situation comedy Fibber McGee and Molly. The character was introduced in the October 3, 1939 episode (number 216) of that series. The Great Gildersleeve enjoyed its... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: OTRR, Old Time Radio Researchers Group, Old Time Radio, OTRR Single Episodes, The Great...
Excerpt from the first track of "They're off and Singing" album. This album was recorded on March 30, 1962 in front of an audience of 2000 people in Louisville's Memorial Auditorium, Louisville, Kentucky. Topics: Barbershop Quartet, Louisville, Kentucky
This is a Archive recording of the Live four part Harmony Music that was sung, Live, off-stage during the scene changes for a production of the play, Yellow Jack. All the singers were also actors in the production. The recording was done after the show finished at the urging of the Director to preserve this one aspect of the production. Recorded in May of 1979. Topics: Songs, four part harmony, Barbershop, Quartet, SUNY Purchase, Acting Company 6, 1979, Yellow Jack,...